Religious and spiritual poem that begins: Angels are a light to the eye, offering clarity of the night, bringing joy in message and presence...speaks of Mary and says: Was it dark, the darkness of the hidden life, among the secrets of the darkness of night, when Mary said yes to the Lord? Topics: Mary, Christ, Episcopal, Angel, Magnificat
Fourth Sunday of Advent (12/24/06) On this Sunday when we hear Mary’s words from the Magnificat, we remember that when God "looked with favor on the lowliness of his servant," Mary, he also looks at us in our lowliness. God knows our real self, the part we hide from others, and yet he can do new things in us, as he did in Mary. In contrast to Augustine and Calvin, who only see our lowliness, God looks on our lowliness as his dwelling place, and we are God’s throne, our heart a... Topic: Magnificat, Mary, Christmas, Advent, lowliness
Live multi-camera recording of the first half of a concert featuring Bach Magnificat. The second half of the concert can be found at http://www.archive.org/details/ChristmasProm2010 Video mix was done live and projected onto a large screen above the performers. Playlist: 01. Magnificat 02. Et Exultavit 03. Quia Respexit & Omnes 04. Et Misericordia 05. Fecit Potentiam 06. Suscepit Israel 07. Sicut Locutus Est 08. Gloria Patri 09. Bows Topics: St Matthews Choir, Bach, Magnificat, smce
Presented by Kenneth Nichols, Preaching Minister at Northern Hills Christian Church in Cincinnati, OH at the Sunday AM Worship Service, 12-22-13. Topics: Magnificat, Virgin Mary, Mary, Mother of Jesus, Christmas, Nativity
One of the fun things about Christmas is the songs. They really add to the atmosphere of the season. When setting up the tree, decorating the house, or baking cookies, you always have to have Christmas music playing.I like the songs of Christmas, not just because they remind me of the season, but because of the message that convey. Jingle bells, and winter wonderland type songs are okay, but the very best Christmas songs are the ones that point us to the real reason for Christmas - the coming... Topics: Magnificat, Magnify the Lord, Christmas, Mary, Jesus Christ
Mary rejoiced in God, her Savior. That's where we want our Christmas joy to come from as well. Parts: A. Recognize our lowliness. B. Rejoice in his greatness. Preached on December 20, 2009, for the Fourth Sunday in Advent, at St. John's Ev. Lutheran Church, Hancock, MN. Print copy available at http://hancocklutheran.org/sermons/Mary_s-Secret-for-a-Merry-Christmas-Luke1_39-55.html Topics: Christmas, joy, lowliness, Magnificat, Mary, sermon, Lutheran, Christian, WELS, Advent
byFr Thomas Weise at www.SemperGumbyInAlaska.blogspot.com
In response to Elizabeth's greeting Mary proclaims her "Magnificat" She sings the praises of God. May we do the same. For the Lord has truly done great things for each of us. Topics: Luke 1:46-56, Mary, Magnificat, Praise, The, Lord
Director - Constance Branton Performed by Saint Aidan's Episcopal Choir Sunday, December 5th, 2010 Boulder, Colorado Magnificat - Antonio Vivaldi 1. Magnificat 2. Et Exultavit 3. Et Misericordiae Suae 4. Fecit Potentiam 5. Deposuit Potentes 6. Esurientes 7. Suscepit Israel 8. Sicut Locutus Est 9. Gloria ( 1 reviews ) Topics: St. Aidans, Boulder, Colorado, Vivaldi, Magnificat, Choral, Choir
Cambridge Concentus performs J.S. Bach and J.D. Zelenka at the First Church in Cambridge MA, September 19th 2010. -24bit 96khz binaural recording Introduction I Cantata 54 by J.S. Bach Widerstehe doch der Sunde Introduction II BWV 1041 - Violin Concerto in A minor by J.S. Bach Allegro - Moderato Andante Allegro - assai Introduction III ZWV 108 - Magnificat in D by J.D. Zelenka Magnificat D Topics: Cambridge Concentus, Bach, Zelenka, First Church, violin concerto, magnificat, cantata
David Dunlop begins a series on the original Christmas Number Ones, looking at Mary's song of praise, the Magnificat. Topics: sermon, windsor baptist, belfast, david dunlop, magnificat, christmas, number 1, song, mary
Pastor Janine Olson preaches on the familiar story of the angel's appearance to Mary and Mary's response: the Magnificat. Topics: Pastor Janine Olson, Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Saint Cloud MN, Sermon, the Magnificat
This week's scriptures are Luke 1:26-38 and Luke 1:46-55. Mary knew in the depth of her being that what was growing in her was a new world. The baby she welcomed as "the handmaiden of the Lord" would bring about a radical change in creation. Next time you hear the Magnificat...listen to the words. Enjoy the music; it is truly beautiful. But listen to the words of this marvelous young woman who knows in every fiber of her being that something new is about to happen. And so the... Topics: Broadneck Baptist Church, Annapolis, Alliance of Baptists, Luke, Mary, Advent, Magnificat, Jesus,...
Der hl. Ephrem der Syrier (oder Ephraim) lebte im 4. Jahrhundert und wurde in 1920 zum Rang eines Kirchenlehrers erhoben. Er schrieb u.A. 13 Lieder, oder Rhythmen, ueber die Geburt Christi. Diese waren damals metrisch und reimten nicht. Versuch einer psalmodierenden Darstellung, nach dem Magnificat, Tonus 2. Andere Beiträge: -> bei www.archive.org unter dem Stichwort: Loblied Topics: ephraim, ephrem, efraim, efrem, syrer, loblied, geburt, sohn gottes, magnificat, gottesmutter,...
I preached this sermon to CYC on 7 December 2014 from Luke 1.39-56. The main themes of this sermon were the roles that each Person in the Holy Trinity should play in our daily lives. Topics: Christmas, sermon, Bible, Jesus, Messiah, God, Son, Father, Holy, Spirit, magnificat, Luke,...
Sermon for The Fourth Sunday in Advent, 2012: Magnifying God - 23. December, 2012. Luke 1:39-55 Reconciliation Christian Church, Orange, NJ. Anthony Mark LaMort, Pastor. We are a small, brand new congregation - founded in July of 2010. While we are recognized by the State of New Jersey and the United States Federal Government as a religious institution, we are not part of any denomination. We consider ourselves to members of the larger Family of God. We are a Christ-centered, Biblically based... Topics: Sermon, Advent, Magnificat, Mary, Born Again, anothen, Christian, Preacher, Reconciliation,...
James Kallembach leads the Rockefeller Chapel Choir and Orchestra in a performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's Magnificat in D major, BWV 243 with soloists Tambra BlacksopranoKirsten HedegaardsopranoAnn VikstromaltoLon EllenbergeraltoMatthew DeantenorAndrew Schultzebass Performed at Rockefeller Memorial Chapel, Chicago, Illinois. 05 December 2010. Topics: 2010, 2010s, rockefeller memorial chapel, university of chicago, orchestra, chorus, choir, bach,... Source: Zoom H2 Recorder (96kHz/24-bit)
The score and parts (pdf file) and sound recording (mp3 or ogg file) of the live recording of this work, written in 1994 can be downloaded free of charge here. (If either type is not visible in the right-hand window, check "All Files: HTTP"). The original recording was made at a concert at Manchester Cathedral in 1994. I have also made a video based on this performance, which can be seen here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SL99I_xnfUA I have since made a slightly simpler version with... Topics: manchester, magnificat, petersfield, orchestra, piano, choir, soloists, lancashire clogs, harp,...
Simplified version of A Manchester Magnificat, written a few years after the original 1994 performance (also available on archive.org). The initial oboe solo introduction has been replaced by a treble solo singing the words of the Magnificat, the orchestra has been replaced by a piano and organ and the choral parts have been simplified in a few places. For more details on A Manchester Magnificat, please visit: http://www.dwsolo.com/serif/manchestermagnificat.html The files here (pdf)are all the... Topics: manchester, magnificat, petersfield, orchestra, piano, organ, choir, soloists, trebles,...
Live multi-camera recording of Bach Harpsichord Concerto In F Minor, Vivaldi Magnificat and Mozart Vesperae Solennes De Confessore. Video mix was done live and projected onto a large screen above the performers. Playlist: Bach Harpsichord Concerto In F Minor 01 Allegro 02 Largo 03 Presto Vivaldi Magnificat 04 Magnificat 05 Et Exultavit 06 Et Misericordia 07 Fecit Potentiam 08 Deposuit Potentes 09 Esurientes Implevit 10 Suscepit Israel 11 Sicut Locutus 12 Gloria Mozart Vesperae Solennes De... Topics: St Matthews Choir, smce, Bach, Harpsichord Concerto Vivaldi, Magnificat, Mozart, Vespers
Four textcritical works by Adolf Harnack: "Das Magnificat der Elisabet (Lk 1:46-55) nebst einigen Bemerkungen zu Lk 1 und 2." in: Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Philos.-hist. Kl. 1900,I. S.538-556 "Probleme im Texte der Leidensgeschichte Jesu." in: Sitzungsberichte der Königlich Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin. Philos.-hist. Kl. 1901,I. S.251-266 "Zur Textkritik und Christologie der Schriften des... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Textual Criticism, Gospels, Magnificat, Gospel of John, Passion, Comma Johanneum, Vulgata